THEMATIC MAPS INTERACTIVE NOTEBOOK UNIT:
Thematic Maps is a NO PREP Thematic Maps Interactive Notebook Mini Unit that teaches students to create and interpret Thematic Maps.
We've supplied all of the Content, Thematic Map activities, and THREE Thematic Maps Interactive Notebook assignments to provide students with a long lasting Thematic Maps reference. (All Interactive Thematic Map patterns and step-by-step instructions included!)
AFTER LEARNING ABOUT THEMATIC MAPS, STUDENTS WILL:
• analyze government census data used to make a Thematic Map
• use census data to create their own Thematic Map
• write questions that someone else could answer using their Thematic Map
STUDENTS WILL THEN USE THE THEMATIC MAPS LESSON CONTENT TO CREATE:
• Thematic Maps Vocabulary Organizers (Interactive Notebook)
• Thematic Maps Study Guide (Interactive Notebook)
• Thematic Maps Interactive Organizer (Interactive Notebook)
Thematic Maps can be purchased separately, or as part of our MAP SKILLS - INTERACTIVE NOTEBOOK BUNDLE
We've included Answers for the Thematic Maps activities and Grading Rubrics for the Interactive Notebook assignments.
Download the Thematic Maps Preview to see the complete Lesson Plan, sample activities, and Interactive Notebook assignments.
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MAP SKILLS - INTERACTIVE NOTEBOOK BUNDLE (SAVE 60%!)
REFERENCE MAPS - INTERACTIVE NOTEBOOK MINI UNIT
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PIE CHARTS - INTERACTIVE NOTEBOOK MINI UNIT
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RATING THEMATIC MAPS EARNS YOU TPT CREDITS TO USE TOWARD FUTURE PURCHASES AND GIVES US A WARM FUZZY FEELING!
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